Introduction: In this blog post, Michael Schonhardt explores and evaluates a range of freely available, Open Source tools – Inkscape, Blender, Stellarium, Sketchup – that enable the digital, 3D modelling of medieval scholarly objects. These diverse tools bring easily implementable solutions for both the analysis and the communication of results of object-related cultural studies and are especially suitable for projects with small budgets.
Introduction: This French post analyses the data recognition between art and computer.
Introduction: This conference report highlights a tool for preservation and research process of oral archives.
Introduction: This post analyses the sequence alignment text/image and the quality of manuscript transcriptions.
Introduction: This post highlights the analysis of illuminated manuscript in art history before and after digital methods and tools.
Introduction: This post analyses the visualization of a Google scanned and liquid text.
Introduction: This post highlights a new multipurpose platform in epigraphy.
Introduction: Here is a 2014 conference report on digital paleography and big data of the past, on epigraphic paleography, and on Oriflamms and DigiPal projects.
Introduction: This post outlines retro-digitalisation and academic analysis of paper-based documents.
Introduction: This post reviews another post on annotations and text preparations for Topic Modeling.